Objectives Clear precise objectives keep our lesson focused Enable us to prepare an appropriate lesson outline Guide us to prepare appropriate type and number of interactions to achieve the objectives
Instructor-student Direct questioning Polling – This method engages all students Chat is available for students to post questions
Student-student Chat – If desired, should be initiated by instructor – Discussion questions directed at lesson objectives Projects/exercises – Determined by logistics Whiteboard – Available on some platforms Breakout rooms
Student - technology Familiarize students with technology at beginning of webinar – Set up expectations, encourage them to ask questions (if desired) Use some type of poll, question, or interaction early so students can respond and use the technique
The Control Panel Menus Provides access to leaving/ending The webinar, attendee options Screen Sharing Provides presenter with visual reminder of On Air status Grab Tab Enable presenter to minimize control panel Dash board pane Provides a quick view of the timer, attendance, attentiveness, unanswered Questions and hand raised Attendee list pane Audio pane Webinar information
Presentation PowerPoint – I once sat in on a webinar that went nine minutes on one slide Go back to the lesson outline – plan... – Content – Questions – Interaction
Webinar lesson checklist Overview and Introduction Learning Objectives Assessment and Measurement Resources and Materials Learner Engagement Course Technology Learner Support
Conducting the webinar Plan, prepare and practice Conducting Concluding Lesson conduction checklist
Plan, prepare and practice Plan – E-mail invitations sent to participants – Technological considerations met (headset, earphones, etc.) – Files created and uploaded Do you have a quiet place?
Practice Have you made a dry run? Practices helps us verify – Our technology – Our techniques – Our timing
Conducting tips Be deliberate Familiarize students with the technology and methodology Briefly familiarize students with the interface ○ Chat, (how to ask a question) audio, hand-raising, etc. Introduce interactivity early, and make it simple Familiarizes students with the technique, encourages them to use it
The first three minutes Students will judge the methodology first, not the content Practice your beginning Are you… – Distracted by the technology? – Jumping into the content with the proper introduction and set-up?
Concluding Provide a summary Make any links, resources, materials, obvious for the participants Remind students of survey and feedback channels Provide a conclusion
Webinar conduction checklist Two days before Two hours before 50 minutes 40 minutes 15 minutes Start